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Losing the safety net: How a time-limited welfare policy affects families at risk of reaching time limits

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An account of the development of a risk index for single mothers at risk of reaching the time limit of a welfare program, and a study of the effect of welfare transition time limits on child care choice, parental employment and income, quality of home environment, parental aggravation and depression, parenting harshness, parental monitoring of children, children's health, behavior, and engagement and achievement in school, among families likely to reach welfare time limits, based on data collected in Escambia County, Florida during the implementation of the state's Family Transition Program (FTP)
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
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Florida

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